The Internet Is Going Crazy For This 18th Century Fried Chicken Recipe

May 30, 2017

Is there anything in the world better than fried chicken? As a southern girl, my answer would be a big N-O. I don't remember life before fried chicken and I honestly wouldn't want to live in a world where it didn't exist!

It's something that I ate frequently throughout my life and, let me tell you, there's a big difference between good fried chicken and bad fried chicken. If not flavored correctly, it can end up being very bland and in serious need of a sauce.

If you have all the right breading and flavoring, you'll instantly forget the need for a sauce of any kind. This version of fried chicken is just the kind that within one bite, you'll never want to eat chicken any other way.

When I happened upon this recipe, I quickly understood why it has become one of the hottest recipes currently on the internet. It has surfaced from a 1736 cookbook by Nathan Bailey called "Dictionarium Domesticum." Isn't it wild to think about just how long fried chicken has been pleasing the palates of humankind? It's absolutely astonishing!

This recipe has a smart twist on how to make this one of the most flavorful ways to craft fried chicken. After eating just one bite of this version, you'll quickly realize why it has stood the test of time. Check out the recipe on the following page to see just how to bring your fried chicken to life!


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